May 21
May 21, 2020

Mark’s Daily Brief: Mindful Awareness

Theme: Lead with your heart, mind, & soul in everything you do Tip: Write down one act you did today (could be walking the dog, a conversation with a friend, an assignment for work, etc.) and reflect upon where your intentions were. When you’re done, consider ways you could have...

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May 20
May 20, 2020

Mark’s Daily Brief: Master the basics

Theme: Focus on the fundamentals to achieve your goals  Tip: Write down one goal you have for the next month. Then reflect upon three basic skills you will need to master in order to effectively achieve that goal. “I fear not the man who has practiced 10,000 kicks once, but...

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May 19
May 19, 2020

Mark’s Daily Brief: Overcommitments

Theme: Do fewer things better Tip: Reflect on your past week and the commitments you made that you could’ve side-stepped by saying ‘no’. Did these commitments serve your higher purpose? If not, come up with a plan for how to recognize and say ‘no’ to future commitments that do not...

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May 18
May 18, 2020

Mark’s Daily Brief: choose your own reality

Theme: Perspective & reality Tip: Journal & reflect on the following questions: How do you let your thoughts/perspective define your reality?  Do you maintain a positive or negative mindset throughout the day? Do you blame other people or circumstances for your reality or choose to create your ideal life through...

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May 17
May 17, 2020

Mark’s Daily Brief: Shugyo

Theme: Shugyo & daily practice Tip: Are you committed to working towards daily mastery? Define what your ‘shugyo’ looks like to you . . . Consider implementing (if you don’t already) a morning breathing practice, nutritional mindfulness, and daily movement/exercise.  “There is no elevator to success. You have to take...

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May 16
May 16, 2020

Mark’s Daily Brief: Cultivate courage

Theme: Starve fear, feed courage Tip: Journal & reflect upon which wolf you are feeding in your daily life. Utilize your morning meditation practice to check-in with your mental awareness and mindfulness. “A wolf of fear resides in our minds ready to pounce at the slightest danger .” — Mark...

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May 15
May 15, 2020

Mark’s Daily Brief: Kokoro

Theme: Merge your heart & mind in your actions Tip: Consider how you merge heart and mind in your life: Do you lead with your heart or your mind in daily life? Is your heart part of your mind system? “Put your heart, mind, & soul into even your smallest...

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May 14
May 14, 2020

Mark’s Daily Brief: ‘Empty your cup’

Theme: Be open to new ideas and perspectives Tip: Journal and reflect on any areas in your life where you are striving to achieve a particular goal but may need to empty your expectations and thoughts about your ultimate destination. This practice will enable you to consider new ways of...

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May 13
May 13, 2020

Mark’s Daily Brief: Take care of yourself

Theme: Mastery of self in service to humanity Tip: Prioritize ways to take care of yourself so that you can offer the most effective service to others. Journal your thoughts as you reflect on the quality of the following habits in your life: Nutrition Sleep Exercise Breath work/meditation practice “Self-care is...

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May 12
May 12, 2020

Mark’s Daily Brief: Keep it Simple

Theme: Keep things simple!! Tip: Journal your answers to the following questions: Where can you simplify? How can you declutter? What can you say ‘no’ to today in order to say ‘yes’ to the bigger ‘YES’? “Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.” — Leonardo da Vinci Consider overly complex areas in...

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